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 Ajmer Tourism

Ajmer is a world famous pilgrimage center for both Hindus as well as Muslims. It is an extraterrestrial home to most holy Dragon Sharif a tomb of the Sufi saint Khwaja Moinuddin Chisti, which is similarly worshiped by all religions specially the Hindus and Muslims. The city of Ajmer Sharif in Rajasthan lies to the south west of Jaipur. Ajmer tourism is generally famous as a pilgrimage. Both Hindus and Muslims look upon this city with great worship. The most famous pilgrim center in the city is the Dargah of the great Sufi saint Khwaja Moin-ud-din Chisti. He came from Persia and spent his whole life to progress the lives of the poor and exploited communities.

The city is also famous for is its admired and highly inspiring Mayo College, fully for boys. The school was set up by the British, during their rule over India. Other attractions of the city include the huge Taragarh Fort, Adhai-Din Ka Jhonpra, the picturesque Ana Sagar Lake, etc. Ajmer, Rajasthan also serves as the station for those visiting Pushkar housing the only temple of Lord Brahma in India. In short, we can say that Ajmer is a city prosperous in culture and tradition. Ajmer is the most significant center of tourism in Rajasthan, India and is famous all over the world for the Ajmer Sharif. Ajmer is the one of the famous destinations of the World Tourism with traditional monuments - huge Taragarh Fort, Adhai-Din Ka Jhonpra, the picturesque Ana Sagar Lake, etc. We provide information on tourist destinations in Ajmer Tourism including most holy Dragon Sharif a tomb of the Sufi saint Khwaja Moinuddin Chisti. Ajmer tourism is one of the most popular travel places amongst tourists. Ajmer Tourism has many other tourist places to provide for the tourists visiting Ajmer Rajasthan (India).

Most Popular Places In Ajmer


The Dargah Sharif, located at the foot of a barren hill, is the place where the Khawaja Moin-ud-din Chistis' mortal remains lie buried.

Ajmer-e-Sharief, Visit Ajmer-e-Sharief of Rajasthan, Temple tour of Ajmer-e-Sharief, Religious place of Rajasthan
Ana Sagar Lake, Ana Sagar Lake tours, Visit Ana Sagar Lake of Rajasthan, Travel to Ana Sagar Lake, Beaches and Lakes Ana Sagar Lake

The beautiful artificial Anasagar Lake, located to the north of the Ajmer city, was made in 12th century by building a dam across the river Luni, named after the then ruler Anaji Chauhan. This lake was built by Anaji during 1135-1150 AD.

Urs Fair

The lakeside city of Ajmer is located in central Rajasthan, and is held in great reverence by devotees of all communities who call it 'Ajmer Sharif' (Holy Ajmer).

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Gayatri Temple, Visit Gayatri Temple of Rajasthan, Temple tour of Gayatri Temple, Religious place of Rajasthan

Gayatri Temple

The Gayatri temple on the other side of Pushkar is in honour of the wife who sat by Brahma's side in Savitri's absence during Brahma's ceremonial sacrificed.


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